Denmark wide receiver Ze'Vian Capers reopened his college recruitment in early June, and it took less than a month for the highly-touted college prospect to find a new home.
In a video shared to his Twitter page on Monday night, Capers announced that he would be committing to play football at Auburn University.
The next chapter is about to begin ❗️❗️ pic.twitter.com/N5CjuqX6Nd— ZèVian Capers™💰 (@_ZeVianCapers) July 1, 2019
In his junior year with Denmark, Capers racked up 60 catches for 1,182 yards and a county-leading 11 touchdowns. He'll certainly have a big role with the Danes again this fall, as they look to meet their lofty expectations with key additions to the offense like former Buford quarterback Aaron McLaughlin, a high-major college prospect himself, and former South Forsyth running back Jordan Brunson, who committed to Virginia Tech last week.